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UNMIN Newsletter: Fact Sheet 7 (Children and Politics) Nepali law defines children as people below the age of 16 years while international law defines children as being under 18. Nepal ratified the Convention on the Rights of the Child in 1990 and Optional Protocol on the involvement of children in armed...
UNMIN, (2008)
Statement to the Press On the release of the OHCHR-Nepal Report The April Protests: Democratic Rights and the Excessive Use of Force The report covers the events of April 2006.It describes the nature of the demonstrations, the response of the Government and security forces and the types of human rights violations which took place, as well as the question of accountability for thes...
UNOHCHR, (2006)
Failure to Prosecute Killers of Maina Sunuwar Perpetuates Culture of Impunity – UN High Commissioner for Human Rights. GENEVA-The United Nations High Commissioner for Human Rights today marked the fourth anniversary of the killing of 15-year-old Maina Sunuwar with a call for further efforts to be made to combat impunity in Nepal. Maina Sunuwar was tortured and killed...
OHCHR, (2008)
OHCHR­Nepal UNICEF­Nepal Joint Press Release On the occasion of the 17 Anniversary of the Adoption of the Convention of the Rights of the Child This is the joint press release of OHCHR and UNICEF in Nepal which appeals for the Government and CPN ­Maoist to place the rights and wellbeing of children among their key priorities in the implementation of the peace process. OHCHR and UNICEF are w...
OHCHR, UNICEF, (2006)
Press Conference by Secretary-General’s Special Representative for Nepal The United Nations Mission in Nepal (UNMIN) was expected to remain in the South Asian monarchy-turned-republic for a further six months, as major political parties struggled to form a unified Government after almost a decade of civil war, Ian Martin,...
UN, (2008)
Secretary General’s Annual Report on Children and Armed Conflict The report covers compliance and progress in ending six grave violations against children by parties to armed conflict: recruitment and use of children,killing and maiming of children, rape and other grave sexual violence, abductions, attacks on scho...
UN, (2009)
Special Representative of the Secretary-General for Children and Armed Conflict visit to Nepal to finalize the release of minors from Maoist army cantonments The focus of the visit will be on ensuring progress in the discharge of nearly 3,000 Maoist army personnel verified as minors during the United Nations-led verification process completed in December 2007. The children should all have been discharged ...
UN, (2009)
Special Representative of the Secretary-General for Children and Armed Conflict: Press Conference in Kathmandu (5 Dec 2008) It is my pleasure to introduce to you Radhika Coomaraswamy, the Special Representative of the Secretary-General for Children and Armed Conflict. It’s a post that Secretary-General Kofi Annan appointed her to in April 2006 and Secretary-general Ban Ki...
UNMIN, (2008)
Press Statement: 10 April 2007 Registration and Storage of Nepal Army Weapons Begins Under the Agreement on Monitoring of the Management of Arms and Armies (AMMAA), the Nepal Army agreed to register and safely store under UNMIN monitoring an equivalent number of weapons to those stored by the Maoist army. The number of weapons stored...
UNMIN, (2007)